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24 Sep 2015: Perks Are Changing Big Time In Fallout 4
In this article by Kotaku.com, a major overhaul is coming to Fallout 4’s character creation based on a recent announcement made by Bethesda. A full chart of Perks based on the S.P.E.C.I.A.L system was shown. In short, the Perks were intentionally made to be more balanced, thus, making leveling a lot faster than before. Also, comics can also grant Perks, and Skills were gotten rid of. They were absorbed by Perks, although some of the stuff that you can do with Skills are still there.
So far, Bethesda has released three videos about the seven primary stats. The third one is about, you guessed it right, Endurance. Previous videos were about Strength and Perception, and there are four more coming soon. These videos are produced very well, and are entertainingly animated, they are just so fun to watch!
23 Sep 2015: Watch Inon Zur play the Fallout 4 theme on his piano
Just another ordinary day with Inon Zur recording himself on a video cam playing something on the piano at home. Except, that it’s the theme to Fallout 4! With a lot of video game scores under his belt, it will come as no suprise to some that Zur will be doing the theme for Bethesda’s upcoming survival game.
22 Sep 2015: Fallout 4 Loot Crate Release Date & Time
More details on the forthcoming Fallout 4 Limited Edition Loot Crate has been released by Loot Crate. In the special edition, there will be 7 items in total, such as a Vault 111 Hoodie Sweatshirt and a Dogmeat plush toy. This crate is available at $100, will release on 23rd September, will start to ship in November, and is on limited supply only.
Bethesda has released a video and it features the lovable Dogmeat! In real life, Dogmeat was designed after Joel Burgess’ dog River, who was a star in a video and audio capture project by Bethesda. As what most people already know, Dogmeat is immortal. Also, a video that was previously only shown in E3 was released by Bethesda to the public, and it contains a lot of information about the companion system in the game.
There you have it. We hope to have temporarily satiated your hunger for anything Fallout 4. Tune in again next week for more weekly round-up.